Back in October, James (last name omitted) got a surprise visit from Vaughn Gittin Jr., who showed up driving a new Mustang GT. It wasn’t just any Mustang GT, however, it was a car that James had designed and promoted as part of Ford’s Mustang Customizer contest. Giten was on hand to toss him the keys, as James was the first contest winner.

The rules for the contest were fairly straightforward: design a Mustang (ranging from a V-6 though a Shelby GT500), then pitch your car to your social media friends and go head-to-head against other Mustang designs. For each 1,000 points earned, contestants received a single entry into the drawing to win the Mustang of their dreams.

The winner of the second round of the contest has now been picked, and Terry T. of Sullivan, Illinois, gladly accepted the keys to his Grabber Blue Shelby GT500 from Ford’s Chicago Sales Zone Manager, Nick Biskelonis. Biskelonis may not have the celebrity appeal of Gittin, but we’re pretty sure that Terry didn’t even notice.

Terry’s Shelby GT500 doesn’t deviate that much from stock, wearing side skirts, #d Carbon louvers and RTR wheels. We like his choice of Grabber Blue paint, too, and it proves that Shelby Mustangs still look good without the stripe package.

Terry seems a bit taken aback by the Shelby GT500’s 662 horsepower, so we’ll give him this bit of advice from our own seat time in the car: don’t even think about turning off the stability control.